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COM and internet (again)

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yo there, might be that this is alreayd posted before, but one way or the other the search function can't for anything on COM at all :o

i'm making a mail notifie program, but then for my school site.

now here's the problem

to see our mail whe ne to login and then see if whe have mail, but that means whe have to check out mail every damn time to see if whe have changes in our lessons or if whe have test next day

also, whe can't leave the window open, because its auto shutdown the login session after 15 min without refreshing.

the program i want to make, opens the site with COM (so its not vissible), it logs in with the pass and username you need to give the programm then just refreshes every 5 min to see if you have mail.

but how do i do the com part ?? because there very less to find on in now.

thanks in advance and i hope i can help you people to :graduated:

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